The San Diego County Bicycle Coalition advocates for and protects the rights of all people who ride bicycles. We promote bicycling as a mainstream, safe and enjoyable form of transportation and recreation.
We are currently in unprecedented times. As we look to the future, some of our programs to Advocate, Educate and Celebrate are running virtually if possible, but many of our legacy fundraising events are suspended due to COVID-19. Without your support, we face mass reductions of all programs, as well as a threat to our organization itself. To continue our work right now, we need your help.
Your help allows us to work for better bicycling access and infrastructure, provide education programs for youth and adults who want to ride and encourage public officials, regional partner and advocates in joining us in making San Diego County THE most bike-friendly region in the nation.
There are several ways to donate and support the Bicycle Coalition:
Donating to the the San Diego County Bicycle Coalition helps us to make bicycling better in San Diego County. We represent everyone who sees bicycling as a solution for the traffic, health and environmental challenges we face in our communities. We can’t do it alone. The Bike Coalition depends on bicyclists and supporters like you to continue our work making cycling a healthier and more sustainable means of transportation and recreation.
Every year the San Diego County Bicycle Coalition runs a multitude of free community events that include education, advocacy, and fun events of all kinds. If you would like to become an event sponsor, simply click on the button and our event staff will contact you directly.
Love to Ride San Diego County Challenge Sponsorship
Support the the San Diego County Bicycle Coalition by being a sponsor for the Love to Ride – San Diego County bike challenges. Bike Challenges held during the month of May support bicyclists new and old to ride to work, for health and fitness.
For our 2021 Love to Ride Challenge we’re expecting more than 4000 riders to participate! Last year nearly 30% of the participants were new riders and more than 50% were women!